The tunnel had been closed for electrification work - adding 30 minutes or more to journeys through the West.Read the full story ›
Dawlish rail line was devastated a few years ago during winter storms. Has the Government done enough to prevent it happening again?Read the full story ›
Expect noise and disruption in Bristol City Centre as the latest stage of work begins for the MetroBus schemeRead the full story ›
Devon County Council is to put forward a £200 million scheme to the Department for Transport for improvements to one of the most notorious routes in the South West.
Road users are continually frustrated by the A361 North Devon Link Road. While there are no plans to turn it all into a dual carriageway - there are other options to upgrade junctions and build new overtaking lanes.
Senior councillors have agreed to present the business case to ministers next week. If it is approved, work could start in 2020.
Community Road Wardens have helped fill in 200 potholes since they were introduced earlier this year - now the scheme is set to expand.Read the full story ›
The main carriageway of the M5 Northbound is closed at Junction 11 in Gloucestershire after a lorry carrying a large amount of timber caught fire last night.
Traffic is being diverted via exit and entry slip roads.
#M5 southbound open btwn J10-J11 after large lorry fire. M5 northbound closed within J11 with traffic diverted via exit/entry sliproads.
The A30 is closed both ways at Redruth due to an accident involving a car and a pedestrian.
It happened between A3047 (Redruth) and A3047 (Tolvaddon).
Traffic is stationary in the area.
Services are at a stand on CrossCountry and Great Western Railway between Weston-super-mare and Taunton due to person hit by a train.
Tickets being accepted on GWR services.
Trains in both directions are subject to delays or diversions via Westbury adding up to 90 minutes to journey times.
Plans for the multi-million pound redevelopment include a new leisure complex with pools and a gym too.Read the full story ›
Police have made three arrests following a burglary and subsequent damage to Bradford-on Avon's ancient Town Bridge.
In the early hours of 3 October, a burglary took place in Leigh Park Road and a Mercedes was stolen. This vehicle was later found crashed into the 14th century pack horse bridge, causing extensive damage to the Grade 1 Listed landmark.
Today, three men, aged 22, 26 and 35 all from the local area, have been arrested on suspicion of burglary and have been taken to Melksham custody.
Officers from the community policing team have carried out a robust investigation in to this incident which was no doubt distressing for the victims.
Their hard work, combined with community intelligence, has today resulted in the arrest of three people on suspicion of burglary.
A number of electronic items stolen during the burglary have also been recovered. Our enquiries continue.